Deciding where you are going to college is one of the most important decisions you will make. It can impact your vocation, where you live, and potentially who you marry.  Add the element of playing athletics, and it becomes an even more confusing and competitive process. 

Unfortunately, most parents (and athletes) will try and navigate this process on their own.  Some have success, but most make decisions based on the wrong motives, make decisions in haste, or just flat out donít put enough time into this decision. Over 50% of student athletes will transfer after their first year!

 Our goal is help you make a good decision and to get your son opportunities at the right school. Baseball is a big part of this, but the school must also be a good fit academically, socially, geographically, and financially

Call Matt Darr at HitStreak to set up your  FREE consultation   (303-220-0696)

Matt Darr Bio:
Matt Darr brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the complicated process of college baseball recruiting.  Matt graduated from Denver Christian in 1989 where he was  a three time all-conference player, two time all-state player and led the state of Colorado in batting average his senior year, hitting .722. Matt continue his playing career at William Jewell College  in LIberty, MO, where he was a 4 year starter, earning all-Conference honors twice and All-District honors once, leading his team in hitting his junior and senior years.  When he was done playing Matt began coaching at the University of Northern Colorado, spending 4 years as the head assistant, heading up recruiting efforts for the Bears.  While at UNC, Matt received his masters and completed all coursework for his doctorate in sport management.  Matt also spent 6 years on staff with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Wyoming as the State Director.  Prior to coming to HitStreak, Matt was the athletic Director at Crown College, in Minneapolis, MN.  Matt has been with HitStreak for 6 years and also is the head baseball coach at Denver Christian High School, where he was named the Metropolitan League Coach of the year at the conclusion of the 2010 and 2012 seasons.

College Coach Comments Regarding Matt Darr and College Advisory:
I have had the privilege and honor to have known Matt Darr since he was a high school player @ Denver Christian. Matt is the consummate professional who knows a great deal about the intricacies of college recruiting and the recruiting process. He has had the opportunity to look at the process from a number of different angles and viewpoints, as an athlete, a college coach and administrator, a high school coach and also as a college recruiting consultant. Matt brings a wealth of knowledge to the student athlete and their family. The concept of recruiting can be very complicated and also very stressful, Matt can provide much needed information to make the entire process more enjoyable and allow the athlete to make a wise and educated decision related to his academic and athletic future. I can think of no better individual with which to work through this journey to help to provide educated and accurate information to both the student athlete and their family. The key to this process is to acquire as much information as possible and to allow the decision to be made using accurate, detailed information and to work hard to find the correct match for the student athlete, both academically and athletically. Coach Darr can help provide the insight to make the best decision possible for all those involved by providing the tools to make an informed decision.

- Dave Mumper Retired Athletic Administrator, high School Teacher, Head Baseball Coach, Professional Baseball Scout, Current College Baseball Assistant Coach

Coach Darr has done a great job with passing on information and video about his players. His evaluations on each player have been right on when it come to the playing level of his athletes.

- Jerrid Oates Head Baseball Coach Colorado School of Mines




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